Fitness is simple. It just ain’t easy.
It’s not that we choose to make it hard. It’s just that there’s so much information out there, we don’t know what to do with all of it.
That, and most of the “advice” we see on the internet and in the media is simply narrow, misleading, and downright deceptive.
They told us carbs were evil. That we had to eat every 2-3 hours in order to stoke our metabolism. That calories didn’t matter. That eating past 8PM was bad for you. And apparently, breakfast was the most important meal of the day, and if you skipped it, you’d get fat.
All these years, we’ve been told by experts, gurus, doctors, dietitians, fitness professionals, and nutritionists to do this and do that.
We have more information than we ever need, yet obesity rates continue to rise.
Part of the problem is there’s too much information drilled into our brains that it’s causing us to feel lost. Confused. Overwhelmed.
Most importantly, it’s causing us to worry about all the wrong things.
Not knowing how to differentiate BS from the truth is essentially the underlying cause of most people’s lack of success with their fitness. Time and time again, I’ve come to notice that this is what separates those who get results from those who don’t.
If you can simply develop the (minimal) skills it takes to understand what truly matters with your fitness, you can win this game.
This manual is here to guide you.
It won’t give you a specific workout plan or a specific diet regimen, but it will show you how to simplify your fitness so that you can finally get sustainable results physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Because at the end of the day, having a quality life enhanced by fitness is what matters.